The youth of today is very unknowing of what to do in the modern-day world. Sheltered inside by the computers which bound them to their homes, many kids do not see what the world is like at a young age. One heroic man decided to change that.
The Roblox user “Rockbone11” has recently created a tycoon on ROBLOX using his incredible wizard-like coding skills that not only teaches kids the economics of nuclear energy, but it also teaches them how to pollute the ocean! Amazing!
“From that afternoon on, the oceans never smelled the same.”
“I started throwing garbage into nature’s fine waters at around age 4 with my father”, Rockbone11 told us over Skype, “We were fishing in the hot sun, and it stunk of salt, l hate salt. I thought the only way to get rid of the stinky disguising salt smell is to add in other stinky smells. That’s when I came up with a brilliant idea. I quickly took my can of beer which my dad gave me and threw it into the ocean. My dad looked at me in disgust. Not because I polluted a precious coral reef, but because I came up with a brilliant idea before him. From that afternoon on, the oceans never smelled the same.”
Thousands of endangered marine species fall victim to hunger and other social problems which burden their society such as bankruptcy or homelessness. What better way do we have of fixing their social issues than to defeat them at the roots. Let’s face it. Underwater animals need our help. If we don’t have a generation who is solidly fixated on fixing this problem, then we are doomed. We need more people like Rockbone11 to teach kids that the perfect way to help the energy crisis burdening the marine life, is to send the resources straight to them!
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